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Monday, July 09, 2012

Sustainable Forestry Management hike audio and photos posted Featured

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On saturday June 16 a group of folks assembled at the Sanctuary Forest office, in the Whitethorn Construction area, for a hike titled, “Sustainable Forestry Management”. The hike was the third in this summer’s 2012 series of hikes sponsored by the Sanctuary Forest. After participating in an opening circle with introductions, an overview of the hike, and descriptions of the Forestry Project, hikers carpooled to the Whitethorn Grove, a 40 acre parcel that straddles the County road and Road A, just north of the whitethorn Fire department. The three hour hike on this property, owned by the Sanctuary Forest, began with descriptions of the property and "light touch" logging practices that will be used.

           Group prepares to begin hiking:                                              Mid-hike learning aout light touch forestry:                              Tim Metz describes how to read tree rings:

                                           

 

Use the player below to listen to or download the KMUD News report by Community Journalist Bob Froehlich. the report aired on KMUD News June 19, 2012.


For more information about the  Whitethorn Grove Demonstration Forestry Project you can e-mail Noah Levy at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. There will be 7 more hikes offered this summer- the last one being "Sinkyone Indian Land and Culture" on Sept. 16.  For more information about the Sanctuary Forest hikes and projects you can visit their website at http://www.sanctuaryforest.org or can them at: 707 986-1087.

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